Rothermere

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La Délivrance - History
... Guillaume exhibited the statue at the Paris Salon, where it was bought by Lord Rothermere (Harold Sidney Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere) ... Lord Rothermere presented the statue to the Urban District of Finchley ... Lord Rothermere, incensed by this, informed Finchley that the statue was to be placed at its present location, so that he might see it when driving to see his mother, who lived ...
Collin Brooks - Journalism
... Sunday Dispatch, which began his long involvement with Harold Sidney Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere ... With his work for Rothermere, the family spent time living both in London and also in Norfolk — in a house called "The Mount" on Rothermere's Stody estate the ...
Dogs Today - History
... Few at the Daily Mail shared Rothermere's vision and the launch was erratically supported internally ... Lord Rothermere was amused and quite touched by this as Cuddy had no publishing experience ... Rothermere was delighted and sent over his chauffeur with champagne to celebrate ...
Sunday Dispatch - History
... in 1801, it was bought by Alfred Harmsworth and Lord Rothermere in 1903 from the Newnes family ... In light of comment from Randolph Churchill that Esmond Harmsworth, 2nd Viscount Rothermere was "pornographer royal" for his ownership of the Daily Sketch and Sunday Dispatch, Rothermere fired both ...
Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere - Appeasement
... In later life Rothermere used his newspaper ownership in attempts to influence British politics, notably being a strong supporter of appeasement towards Nazi Germany, in part—it is thought—because of a shattering ... The Rothermere papers for a time in 1934 championed the British Union of Fascists (B.U.F), and were again the only major papers that did so ... Rothermere famously wrote a Daily Mail editorial entitled "Hurrah for the Blackshirts", in January 1934, praising Mosley for his "sound, commonsense ...